We will be analysing data from a continuous process of electrolytic copper production at Boliden AB (Skelleftehamn, Sweden).
Another popular form of trading strategy that is often employed by commodities traders and analysts is cross-sectional momentum, which seeks to measure and rank momentum across multiple
Importing data from a variety of sources and aligning / cleaning up the data consumes a significant portion of an analyst workflow. It can be challenging to align and synchronize data from
One of the more common trading strategies within the commodities trading community is trend following. Trend following is an absolute momentum strategy in that it assumes that a particular
Once a trading strategy has been identified and refined by the analyst, the next steps in the workflow involve backtesting the strategy and generating multiple analytics to capture
Ideas for trading strategies can very often be generated by visual exploration of the price data. MATLAB's interactive plotting tools enable analysts to quickly visualize and explore
While backtesting a trading strategy, the analyst is often required to determine the optimal values of various strategy parameters and measure the sensitivity of the strategy's profits to
It is often a good idea to verify the performance of a backtested trading strategy with a chunk of market data that it has previously not been tested on. At the beginning of this webinar, we had
Determines the minimum arrival delay using a large set of flight data that is stored in a database.
Create a DatabaseDatastore object for accessing collections of data stored in a relational database. After creating a DatabaseDatastore object, you can preview data, read data in chunks,
Determines the mean arrival delay of a large set of flight data that is stored in a database using MapReduce. You can access large data sets using a DatabaseDatastore object with Database
Move data between MATLAB® and the MATLAB® interface to SQLite. Suppose that you have product data that you want to import into MATLAB®. You can load this data quickly into a SQLite database
Import data from a database into MATLAB®, perform calculations on the data, and export the results to a database table.
Import Boolean data from a database table into the MATLAB® workspace. MATLAB® imports Boolean data from databases into the MATLAB® workspace as data type logical. This data has values of
Retrieve database information using the connection object and the sqlfind function.
Import data from a table in a Microsoft® Access™ database into the MATLAB® workspace using the sqlread function. The example then shows how to use an SQL script to import data from an SQL query
Customize import options when importing data from a database table. Control the import options by creating an SQLImportOptions object. Then, customize the import options for multiple
Search a social neighborhood to find the second-degree friends of a person, using the MATLAB® interface to Neo4j®. Assume that you have graph data that is stored on a Neo4j® database which
Analyze dependencies among services in a network using the MATLAB® interface to Neo4j®. Assume that you have graph data that is stored on a Neo4j® database which represents a network. This
Search a social neighborhood to find the shortest path between people, using the MATLAB® interface to Neo4j®. Assume that you have graph data that is stored on a Neo4j® database which
Traverse a graph and explore its structure using the MATLAB® interface to Neo4j®. For details about the MATLAB interface to Neo4j, see docid:database_ug.bveys16-1.
Add a group of colleagues, stored as a directed graph, to a group of friends in a social neighborhood, stored as nodes and relationships in a Neo4j® database. The example then shows how to query
Create, update, and delete information in a social neighborhood, which is represented by a Neo4j® database, using the MATLAB® interface to Neo4j.
Illustrates how to set the width of the page margins of a Microsoft Word report.
Illustrates a functional approach to creating a report generator based on the DOM API. It uses the DOM API to create a MATLAB function, rptmagic, that generates a PDF, HTML, or a Microsoft Word
Illustrates an object-oriented approach to creating a report generator based on the DOM API. It uses the DOM API to create pair of MATLAB classes, MagicSquareReport and
The DOM API supports, but does not require, use of templates to generate reports. As this example illustrates, you can use the API to create scripts that generate and format content without
The MATLAB Report Generator's report generation API supports creation of finders that search data containers for specified objects and return the results in reportable form. Finders